COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Rain returns to the Valley once again as we head toward the end of the week, but fortunately the forecast doesn’t look nearly as dreary as the past two weekends. Clouds increase in coverage with a few isolated showers possible today before rain moves in overnight into Friday morning.
We only expect ½ - 1” of rain, but nevertheless, go ahead and have the umbrella with you at least through the early part of the weekend. We expect the best rain coverage overnight through the AM hours Friday, but a few more showers are possible Friday overnight into Saturday morning. Best case scenario, any lingering rain will clear out later in the day on Saturday, gracing us with better weekend weather—despite some clouds sticking around on Sunday. Good news is temperatures won’t be nearly as frigid as last weekend with highs near 60 and lows in the 40s.
Transitioning into next week, weather looks seasonable and quiet with nothing out of the ordinary for mid-December; rain chances don’t pop up again until later in the week.
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